Rodent study reveals noise-induced hearing loss is associated with elevated expression of proinflammatory cytokines and microglia activation in the primary auditory cortex. Pharmacologically depleting microglia helps prevent tinnitus in mice with noise-induced hearing loss.
Researchers present their findings about the acute neurosensory symptoms experienced by workers in the Havana embassy exposed to a unique sound and pressure phenomenon in 2016.
Researchers reveal the precuneus is more connected to the dorsal attention network and less connected to the default mode network in people with chronic tinnitus.
Researchers report fusiform cells in the dorsal cochlear nucleus become hyperstimulated when exposed to serotonin. Findings could have implications for those taking SSRIs as they may make tinnitus worse in some people.
Disruption of timing from sensory neurons could be an underlying cause of tinnitus, a new study suggests.